Casual Weekend Outfit

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A few months ago, I’ve decided to revamp our website to make it not just an online retail store for Segura & Co., but a platform where I share my own take on fashion while I give an inspiration by incorporating into my own style both the old and new pieces of garment I find. In what I’ve experienced, starting a blog was not an easy job, even more so to produce regular quality content, but I can assure you that I’m having fun sharing bits and pieces of my style and new discoveries with you guys! Seeing people take the time to read my posts inspires me to do more and after a while, it became less of a job and I think that’s the most important thing! We should always be inspired in whatever we choose to do in life, so we’ll be able to inspire more and do more!

I admire people who do blogging full time because now I understand how much time and efforts are being put in every post we stumble across the worldwide web and read for 5 to 15 minutes. I appreciate bloggers now more than ever and I hope to learn more as I thread my way through the great blogging world. (If you are a blogger and reading this, it would be a pleasure to hear some of your blogging tips!)

Since I have a regular full-time job, which is entirely different from blogging, I only have the weekends to shoot my OOTD, but I’m trying my best to stock more OOTD photos to share with you and for the sake of this blog’s future. LOL!

This time, I would like to share with you guys a comfy summer casual weekend outfit.

The off shoulder and cold shoulder trends are still very much in style especially in summer days and I imagine that you still most probably have your own favorite off shoulder or cold shoulder top/dress lying around your closet.

This is one of my favorite cold shoulder tops, which I got from Bershka. I particularly like its light fabric, which is perfect for the blazing hot weather in Doha.

What I’m Wearing: Top from Bershka, Jeans from Zara TRF, Bag from Louis Vuitton, Sunglasses from Ray-Ban, and Sandals from Charles & Keith.





Photographed by: Richelle Segura

Sheryl Segura

Sheryl has a degree in Communication Arts and having been exposed to various sides of the media, she eventually grew multifaceted interests in life which led her to create Segura & Co. She is currently exploring the desert life in the middle east and sharing some bits and pieces of her latest discoveries through her blog.